Daryl Carter tasted further success at the Cheltenham Festival on Thursday with Sire Du Berlais (10/1) and Min (2/1) and he’s back with his day 4 Cheltenham tips
GOSHEN (1.30 Cheltenham) 1pt win 11/4
Goshen has exploded on the scene this season with some emphatic victories and his powerful nature suggests there is plenty more to come. His form has worked out well and the Moores think a lot of him. His tendency to jump right is a concern but that has come when out in front on his own. Hopefully he will be tucked away off the strong pace to challenge in the home straight.
MOHAAYED (2.10 Cheltenham) 2pts e/w 12/1
Dan Skelton has farmed this race in recent years, winning three of the last four runnings. Mohaayed won this in 2018 and looks to have been aimed at it again this season with no jockey using the whip in any of his runs.
He made the running and finished a valiant 7th last year off a mark of 153, beaten just five lengths by his stablemate Ch’tibello. He returns this term off 142, 11lb lower and has been given a wind operation, while the re-application of cheekpieces, which have not been seen since his Welsh Champion Hurdle bid, augurs well.
MONKFISH (2.50 Cheltenham) 3pts win 7/1
Monkfish has improved with the step up to three miles in two starts this term and his recent run at Fairyhouse has worked out well, with the third (beaten 15l) a winner next time out and the fourth chasing home a smart one of Gordon Elliott’s who has gone on to win again and is as short as 11/1 for the Martin Pipe.
Monkfish’s point-to-point form has worked out well and he has been extremely eyecatching this season.
DELTA WORK (3.30 Cheltenham) 1pt win 5/1
Back-to-back Grade 1 winner Delta Work has improved leaps and bounds in the jumping department and redemption is on the cards for his RSA defeat. He can turn the form around with Santini under better handling this time.
BILLAWAY (4.10 Cheltenham) 1pt win 5/1
Billaway has a completely different profile to the rest of the field for his trainer who is yet to win the race in the last 10 years. But the manner of his victory at Naas last time out in a competitive Hunters Chase suggests that he is very much on an upward curve and the one who makes most appeal.
GREANETEEN (4.50 Cheltenham) 1pt win 4/1
Paul Nicholls could well have rolled the dice in the Arkle with this rapidly improving type and sending him here off a mark of 150 is a hint in itself. Take away his British debut and his seasonal reappearance hurdle run at Chepstow and you have yourself an exciting unbeaten horse for an outstanding trainer. He could be thrown in off this mark.
ILIKEDWAYURTHINKIN (5.30 Cheltenham) 2pts win 6/1
Plenty of runners to like in here but Gavin Cromwell steps his unexposed six-year-old up in trip for the first time since his emphatic win at Galway off a mark of 111. This horse has been excellently campaigned this year with an eye towards this contest and he is undoubtedly better than his handicap mark of 139.
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